A fictional team of mutant superheroes with special abilities created by Marvel Comics writers Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
The original comic series has been successfully translated into a film trilogy and an animated TV series.
There is also an American and Canadian science fiction television show called Mutant X that is based on the original Marvel comic strip.
The idea of X-Men compels us to remember that genetic mutation and recombination need not always be bad.
Society’s condemnation of the X-Men and their genetically enhanced abilities is unfounded, even paranoid, and might parallel present misunderstandings and tensions between those lying in the middle and at the extremes of the so-called normal bell curve.
Quite possibly some of today’s “freaks and geeks” represent a kind of precursor to the next stage of human evolution.
It has also been argued that X-Men is a symbolic protest against current forms of racism and discrimination that different religious, ethnic and status groups may hold toward one another. » Science Fiction
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